Ocean Rodeo Roam HL Kite 25% offOcean Rodeo
2022 Ocean Rodeo Roam Hybrid Light Series Kite
HYBRID LIGHT AIRFRAME
Coming in 20% lighter than our 2020 Dacron-Series kites, this incredible reduction in weight is the result of strategically placed ALUULA composite materials, perfectly blended with Dacron to create a new hybrid construction class that delivers a superior airframe response.
ALUULA has been inserted into key overlays and reinforcement panels while the struts receive a full ALUULA panel running from the leading edge to the strut tips. This ALUULA strip combined with an ALUULA gusset tightens up the airframe flex, providing faster turning and improved stability. In addition to this, an ALUULA shock strip runs from wingtip-to-wingtip connecting the leading edge and the canopy. With twice the tensile strength of the underlying Dacron, the shock strip provides increased stability and handling in all conditions.
The reduction in weight and increase in strength of this airframe makes the HL-Series of kites comparable in weight to one or no struts kites, while still maintaining the expansive wind range that comes with having a three-strut kite. The evenly balanced weight distribution of the three struts, combined with the remarkable weight savings, deliver jaw-dropping resistance to back stall and luffing if you overshoot the kite or find yourself in a lull.
Precision curved to match the airfoil profile, the HL airframe is highly tuned to take full advantage of the unique properties of this cutting-edge composite material which is sewn using super-tough Quad Lock stitching, designed specifically for ALUULA.
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Built for the dedicated wave rider, and with a moderate arc, the HL-Series Roam is a supremely fast turning kite, combined with a large sheeting range.
The HL-Series Roam’s low aspect ratio design and deep foil profile allow for maximum drift and low end power.
TwinTip ~ 75kg / 180lb rider
This Wind range chart is for reference only.
Board size, foil size, rider weight, rider skill level and wind / weather / water conditions all must be taken into consideration when selecting a kite size.
If unsure of which size to select, choose the smaller size.